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Criminology is a true crime podcast that takes a deep dive into some of the most famous cases in the annals of crime. Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Morford will give you every details of these infamous crimes. New episodes come out every Saturday night at 10 PM.
 
Exploring fashion as an art and a business. American Fashion Podcast is the fashion show for fashion people, diving deep into the designing, making, and selling of garments and accessories through long-form interviews with people at all levels and in all corners of the business, with an emphasis on sustainability and innovation, since 2014. Hosted by Charles Beckwith and Cathy Schepis.
 
Conversations with leaders that are igniting their community, our nation and the world to be a better place. Be inspired and enlightened as we pull back the curtain and dive into intimate and energetic dialog with tips and tactics from achievers and doers with host and Master Leadership Strategist, Dr. Geneva Williams.
 
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On another format-busting episode of MFA, hosts of Light the Fuse podcast Drew Taylor and Charles Hood return to the show to bash out the eternal rivalry in spy movie world - James Bond vs Mission Impossible. Using the enduring James Bond movie formula - from gun barrels to gadgets, leading ladies to leering bad guys, we compare and contrast the tw…
 
Today reformed drummer and comedic genius Fred Armisen (Portlandia, SNL, Documentary Now) joins me to discuss the dreamy magic of El Perro Del Mar’s 2008 album From the Valley to the Stars. We talk about how the album became part of his routine at Saturday Night Live, why it inspired him to go out and buy a Hofner bass, how the songs fade in and fa…
 
We’re back with Barbara Bain, legendary actress who portrayed Cinnamon Carter on the first three seasons of the “Mission: Impossible” TV show. In this episode we talk about how she was an inspiration for many women the world over, working with Steven Hill, staying in touch with the original cast members, and how her real-life claustrophobia made it…
 
Today I’m joined by singer-songwriter Tia Gostelow, on the eve of her new album release, to wax rhapsodic about the 2013 debut LP by friend of the show Melody Pool, ‘The Hurting Scene’. We unpack Melody’s wielding of emotional restraint to create tension, her unaffected skill as a vocalist, her literate lyrics, the emotional impact of songs like ‘H…
 
This is it – a chat with a genuine legend and one of the founding members of the IMF, Barbara Bain, who portrayed Cinnamon Carter on the first three seasons of the original “Mission: Impossible” TV show. Yeah it’s huge. She talks about her early days, hanging out with Jack Nicholson and future IMF member (and her husband) Martin Landau, the true st…
 
This week it’s part two of our epic conversation with genius screenwriter David Koepp, who wrote “Mission: Impossible.” In this part, we talk about the train climax and how contentious it was, why he doesn’t enjoy doing sequels, several further unrealized reunions with Brian De Palma, and of course his great new Audible original story “Yard Work” (…
 
This is it – our interview with David Koepp, the ridiculously talented and successful screenwriter behind the first “Mission: Impossible.” In this in-depth conversation, he talks about what a fan he was of the original series, Luther’s original fate in the script, a military wedding that was part of an early draft, and the construction of the Langl…
 
Multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer and one of the best drummers of her generation Stella Mozgawa joins me for a look at the legendary Brian Eno’s final 70s pop masterpiece (before his turn into ambient music) Before and After Science. We delve into the most interesting man in rock’s creative process, how he used the studio as his instrumen…
 
Is all this our fault for not getting Merrick Garland on the bench under President Obama? On this episode of #On1WithAngelaRye, Angela is joined by an all-star legal panel to discuss the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Obama vs Trump judicial picks, and how to fight (even expand!!) the courts. Panelists include:Kristen Clarke - President and Executi…
 
We’re back with part 2 of the amazing interview with Evan Schiff, associate editor and first assistant editor on “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.” This time Evan tells us about his time working with Guillermo del Toro on “Pan’s Labyrinth” (and how Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu helped cut 10 minutes), doing pre-production on del Toro’s “At the M…
 
Longtime friend of the show and one of my favorite people in the world to talk music with, writer/director/showrunner Brian Koppelman (Billions, Rounders, Ocean’s 13) joins me to talk about Lou Reed’s mid-career classic ‘New York’ album. We talk about how Lou got sober and political simultaneously, the powerful simplicity of the music and the caref…
 
In this special edition of On 1, Angela Rye sits down with Senator Kamala Harris for an exclusive interview at the NAACP National Convention. Senator Harris discusses the life and legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, her thoughts on the Breonna Taylor case, a Black Agenda, and why she really needs Black men voting and involved.…
 
This week it’s back to the edit bay with Evan Schiff, associate editor and first assistant editor on “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.” In today’s episode, he talks about learning from and working with master editor Paul Hirsch, differences between the director’s cut of the film and the final cut, and reveals who did the Russian-to-English sub…
 
Today a friend of the show becomes a subject of it, as emerging singer-songwriter Essie Holt joins me to rave on Megan Washington’s 2010 debut album ‘I Believe You Liar’. We talk about the benefits of discovering artists at live shows, Meg’s iconic ARIAs performance of ‘Sunday Best’, the will in song form ‘Underground’ and whether it holds legal le…
 
Angela Rye sits down with Queen Afua to discuss holistic wellness. During this conversation, Angela opens up about her experience with the 21 Day Detox and the impact it has had on her life. Queen Afua also shares the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and reveals ways people can boost their immune system during the coronavirus pandemic.…
 
Today, author and broadcaster Stuart Coupe joins me to discuss his new Paul Kelly biography and some of the lesser known tales from Paul’s life and career. We talk about Paul’s early years, why he struggled to be part of a band, the albums that Paul doesn’t want you to hear and why he’s made them unavailable, why Paul is Australia’s answer to Elvis…
 
In January 2000, 18-year-old Zebb Quinn disappeared from Asheville, North Carolina, and has not been seen since. Police developed a main Person of interest in connection with the case. It turns out, that fifteen years later, that same person of interest in Zebb’s disappearance pleaded guilty to the murders of a married couple and their unborn child…
 
This week we are joined by Riccardo Bacigalupo, who served as first assistant editor on “Mission: Impossible – Fallout,” meaning he worked very closely with our favorite person on earth, editor Eddie Hamilton. Riccardo shares stories about just how much work was done while Cruise was out with a broken ankle, how Eddie was cutting "Fallout" and the …
 
Beatles nerds rejoice again, as synth queen Seja Vogel joins me to delve into the album that brought Paul McCartney back to the toppermost of the poppermost in 1973, 'Band on the Run'. We talk about Paul’s uneven solo trajectory after the Beatles breakup, the volatile story of how the album was made in Lagos (band members quitting, stolen demo tape…
 
Legendary Australian filmmaker Bruce Beresford (Tender Mercies, Breaker Morant) joins me to discuss five songs that have influenced and inspired him from throughout his life and career, plus we talk about the process of shaping the music for his classic film Tender Mercies, the challenges of licensing songs for movies, how he approaches working wit…
 
We’re back with part 2 of our epic conversation with Dan Mindel, cinematographer for “Mission: Impossible 3.” This time around we discuss other aspects of his incredible body of work, including but not limited to working with Jackie Chan (and how that changed him), what happened on “John Carter,” and some not-so-great memories from “Zoolander 2.” W…
 
Today, Tony-nominated musician and actor Sarah Stiles (Tootsie, Billions, Avenue Q) joins me on the release day of her new EP ‘You Can Ukulele With Me’ to celebrate the wonderful world of Cyndi Lauper. We delve into loving the album as a kid, her intense emotional reaction to seeing Cyndi sing ‘Time After Time’ in person, the real feminist themes o…
 
Today we’re bringing you the first in a new regular feature on the podcast. Once a month, I’ll be joined by a guest from music, movies, politics, literature or more, but not to discuss their favorite album. These will be compelling conversations about their favorite film, or book, or maybe even important world events. Today, friend of the show, Emm…
 
In this episode of Meet The Candidate, Angela Rye chats with Desiree Tims of Ohio’s 10th congressional district. Angela talks to Desiree about creating a music video for her campaign, interning for the Obama White House, and the challenges she has faced running for office as a black woman. Campaign Website: https://timsforcongress.com…
 
This week we are joined by the ridiculously talented Dan Mindel, cinematographer for “Mission: Impossible 3.” On the episode, Mindel talks about how he and J.J. Abrams came up with the visual language for the movie, how it was partially inspired by “Enemy of the State,” and what it was like working with Industrial Light & Magic and our past guest, …
 
In this Masterclass, Will Smith becomes Angela Rye’s acting coach and teaches her a few acting techniques. During this virtual acting class, Will shows Angela how to use her life experiences to tap into emotions of different characters. Angela applies Will’s acting tips and performs a scene with the actor—does she nail it?!This acting tutorial also…
 
This week we speak to Chiabella James, the amazing on-set photographer for “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation” and “Fallout” (she worked with her father, David James, who we’ve had on the show and is also awesome). Find out how the “Fallout” poster was designed from some of her images, what it was like working on Tom Cruise’s “The Mummy” and “Jack…
 
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